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FOR ISOSCELES shouldn't it be A=B and B!=C and so on ? Otherwise iscosceles and equailateral might overlap
It's not necessary because in that case, if A = B AND B = C, which is the first case, then it's an equilateral triangle. That's why I put that case as the first one so it won't get to the isosceles triangle case.